Finance Staff, Theatrical Finance
Tokyo , JapanREQ ID JR23-11029 Apply View Saved Jobs
- Prepare and submit periodical sales and over head budget for theatrical division under the supervision of finance director; the process includes but not limited to, rolling over the template, gathering data from multiple sources, to summarize and refine the data uploadable to the system, and submit to HQ.
- Support other LOB finance activities (Distribution and International Productions) including distribution’s budget process, royalty statement review for Sony Pictures Intenraional Prodctions titles, and consortium bank account management etc.
- Ad-hoc analysis/project and lead process improvement as opportunity arises.
- Basic accounting knowledge and experience (Nissho Bookkeeping 2nd grade or higher would be ideal, but not mandate)
- FP&A experience（variance analysis, forecasting, communicate with other departments）
- Excellent Excel skill (preferably someone who can handle VBA)
- Excellent communication skills in Japanese
- Fluent English language skill（TOEIC 860 or more than 1year oversea experience）
- SAP experience (not required)
- Possess a sense of responsibility
- Great team player with willingness to help others
- Self-motivated/self-driver, can work proactively
- Willing to take challenges and step up
- Open mind, be able to adopt changes/new approaches
- Logical thinking
- Not afraid of express his/her opinion
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